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now at 4:30 --- bracing for hurricane "matthew."from cuba... to florida--- people are gearing up for this ?deadly storm?... that's expected to leave behind a ?lot of damage.? 3 plus ... details on a car chase that ends in a rollover crash on 3 good morning everyone.it's wednesday, october 5-th. i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kate chappell we're following a number of stories for you this morning... including, a big annoucement from the milwaukee brewers in just a few hours. we're expecting to learn more about an upgrade to the miller park fan experience. 3 but first--- let's find out what we're going to "experience" weather-wise today.meteorologist "justin thompson-gee" has your first look at the forecast. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5)
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clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may.
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?rollover crash? on i-43 northbound in milwaukee.it happened around 12:30 this morning.glendale police pursued a vehicle onto the freeway--- just north of "keefe" avenue. officers haven't said yet... ?why? they were chasing the car. the northbound lanes were closed for ?more than an hour? because of the crash.our crew on the scene saw an ambulance leave with at least ?one person.? 3 now to a ?developing? story--- hurricane "matthew"... is ?baring down on cuba? this morning.the deadly storm is packing ?140 miles per hour southern part of the u-s are bracing for the category four storm. in south florida... people ?aren't? taking chances with hurricane matthew.gas stations across the miami area were packed yesterday. drivers filling up.. ahead of matthew. people also stocked up at grocery stores and others businesses for food, water and emergency supplies.people also stopped by a-t-m's for cash. 3 some members of the ?wisconsin national guard? are in cuba--
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of hurricane matthew.the guard tells us... soldiers with the 32-nd police company are stationed in guantanamo bay.... ?and? they may ?not? be able to get in contact with their families because of the storm. 3 3 meteorologist justin thompson- gee is tracking the path of the hurricane.justin-- what are you seeing you right now? ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???)) ahead??10???)) today: mix of sun and clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and
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nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may. today: mix of sun and clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saay struggling to pass 600 for the
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brown deer police say it's one of the worst dog attacks they've seen... and they have the video to prove it. we are choosing ?not? to show the video in full... because it's too graphic...and to respect the families of the victims.two dogs were involved. police shot and killed one adult pit bull that was biting two 14-year-old girls in the yard of a house.a second dog was shot when it went after responding officers. "i've been in law enforcement for almost never seen an incident this horrific, by two dogs. the officer realized the girls were in immediate peril, and took action to stop the attack." attack." 3 the other dog was later euthanized.police say.. since the attack started inside of the home.. the owner did not break any leash laws. a franklin teacher--- accused of having sex with a student-- pleads ?guilty.? ?guilty.?"elizabeth dillett" admitted to having a relationship with a 16-year-old boy on ?two different occasions.?dillett had been the ?athletic
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"saint peter immanuel" before the investigation began.she'll be sentenced in december. 3 a 72-year-old pilot survived with "no" injuries.. after crash landing his small plane in a kenosha cornfield yesterday.engine problems forced the illinois man down.. in the town of randall.. near the intersection of highway "k-d" and highway "c." 3 in campaign 2016... the 2016 presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail today after a fiery vice presidential debate in virginia. "tim kaine" repeatedly asked donald trump's controversial comments... while pence attacked ?hillary clinton's record? as secretary of state. craig boswell has the highlights. -nats- tim kaine and mike pence ended their one and only debate shaking hands...but for much of the night... (sot kaine) when donald trump says women should be punished or mexicans are rapists and criminals or john mccain's not a hero, he is showing you who he is (sot pence) senator, you've whipped up that mexican thing again (sot kaine) can you defend it? ...the two went toe to toe... (quijiano) gentleman, governor, senator please ...repeatedly talking
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quijano...as they fiercely defended their running mates. (sot pence) "donald trump would support our troops." (sot kaine) "he doesn't pay taxes." (standup: craig boswell/ cbs news/ farmville, va) the fiery discussion here in farmville was amplified on social media... on facebook the most talked about moments were the candidates trading jabs on an "insult-driven" ours is an insult driven campaign? did you hear that? our is an insult driven campaign? to be honest with you if donald trump had said all the things// he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. (sot kaine 22:07:37) he is asking everybody to vote for somebody that he cannot defend. both campaigns claimed victory as soon as the debate ended... (sot kellyanne
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pence but he couldn't stop interrupting the female moderator, it was really unhinged. democratic senator amy klobuchar came to kaine's defense: (sot) pence had a mission and that was to try to change a trajectory of a very bad week for donald trump. that didn't happen. trump and clinton meet face to face for their second presidential debate this sunday in saint louis. craig boswell cbs news farmville, virginia. clinton holds ?private events? in d-c today... while trump campaigns in nevada. 3 the presidential nominees showed support for their v-p's last night.donald trump tweeted.. "mike pence won big. we should all be proud of mike!" mike!"while hillary clinton wrote -- "couldn't be prouder of tim kaine." 3 wisconsin continues to be a key stop on the campaign trail. donald trump, junior will be in brookfield and wausau today... on his father's behalf..meanwhile.. bernie sanders will be in madison and green bay today to stump for hillary clinton.elizabeth warren and russ feingold will make a stop in milwaukee on friday.then donald trump is back in the badger state on saturday -- and chelsea
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details on those events yet. vandals are targeting ?campaign signs? in walworth co. county.we found signs along "baker street" in lake geneva... with ?rips... tears... and holes.?the walworth county democratic party... put up the signs for candidate "christine welcher." members say.... this kind of vandalsim is ?distrubing.? 1:21-1:37"i imagine a lot of people have those thoughts when they see another sign for another party but they don't go rip it down. they respect their opinion also. so i just think whr doesn't have any respect for an" anybody." 3 lake geneva police say... there's ?no surveillance video? of what happened. 3 looking ahead this morning ... a racine man convicted in the murder of his estranged wife will learn his punishment in a racine county coutroom today. cristian loga-negru was found guilty of first degree intentional homicide in the november 2014 crime. the victim.. roxana abrudan.. was staying with a friend in mt.
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husband... when prosecutors say he found her and killed her with a hatchet.loga-negru will be sentenced this afternoon at 1-30. we're now just ?hours away?... from a ?big announcement? from the milwaukee brewers. brewers.the organization plans to release details today... about an ?upgrade? to the miller park fan experience. they're calling this the ?most comprehensive project? since the ballpark opened in 2001. the announcement is happening at 10 this morning... right on the field.cbs 58 will be there. look for an update on the cbs 58 "news at noon." cbs 58 is hosting "conversations with komen" today. anyone with questions about breast health and breast cancer is invited to call our phone bank between 4 and 5:30. experts with "susan g. komen" will be on hand to answer any question or concerns-- no matter how big or small.the number to call is on your screen--- 777-5801.you can also visit our website-- cbs 58 dot com for more information. 3 a bunch of elementary schoool
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to raise money for their school.it was for the 4-th annual "walk-a-thon"--- a fundraiser for "edgewood school" in oak creek.the kids marched around the high school track--- having a good time! their parents and friends were invited to cheer them on.in the past, the money raised has been used to add school programs... update technology... and schedule more field trips. for the first time in more than 50 years... marquette has staff are pretty excited. excited. -nats music-"i stretch my hands up to the sky, we dance with monsters through the night...whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh." oh-oh-oh-oh-oh.." that was m-u president michael lovell -- along with a bunch of students and staff.not only are they celebrating campus pride... but also their jesuit roots.they put on a food drive for the hunger task force
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one of the big events -- "marquette madness"-- is on friday night. coming up---a college marching band... will ?not? be allowed to kneel during the national an. anthem. plus ... one in five americans are living with it right now. what you can do this week in support of those with a mental
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is a ?live? look at ??????. 3 3 making news around the nation...newly released surveillance video shows what happened seconds before los angeles police shot and killed an 18-year-old man on sunday. sunday.l-a-p-d says this video from a convenience store.. clearly shows "carnell snell junior" with a loaded gun. snell is seen running around the corner with officers behind him...and that's when they opened fire.protests followed-- first in the streets... then at a police commission meeting monday nit. it's tragic for the officers involved too (nats(... we'll be forced to end the meeting." meeting." 3 l-a-p-d is investigating the shooting death of another man that also happened on sunday. police say he had a replica gun in his possession. 3 several members of the east carolina marching band in greenville -- will ?not? be allowed to kneel during the national anthem.they were seen taking a knee during last weekend's football game...
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colin kaepernick.in a statement-- university officials say band members will quote... "fulfill their duties while wearing the uniform." 3 it's ?mental health awareness week?... and experts are shining a light on mental illness in an effort to ?replace stigma with understanding.?government health data shows... about one in five americans live with a mental illness-- that's about 50 (m) million people.a mental illness can result from a ?traumatic experience... a stressful job.? they can impact thinking... feeling... and behavior. the most common disorders.... are ?depression... bipolar disorder... anxiety... dementia... and schizophrenia. experts say... the key to getting "better"... is getting educated... getting proper care ... and fighting the stigma. 3 officials are recalling shellfish in maine... after mussels and clams from certain areas tested positive for a potentially deadly neuro-toxin. the toxin appears to remain hazardous even after the food
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affected clams and mussels were harvested last week.there are no reports of anyone getting sick. still ahead this morning - a wild police chase... with an unlikely suspect.we'll show you. 3 and - nike is raffling off the marty mcfly ?self-tying shoes!? they resemble the pair... from the movie back to the future.
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? ? ? jon batiste has mastered new ways to play old classics. with chase atms, he can master new ways to deposit checks too. easy to use chase technology
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couple months off.a surprise snowstorm hit the denver area yesterday afternoon-- shutting down i-70 as crews scrambled to clear the roads. let's keep that snow out west. what's on tap today, michael? 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today: mix of sun and clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead:
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for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may. mix of sun and clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph. tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely
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thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may.
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in this morning's money watch report...america's best- selling vehicle is under invest. investigation.the national highway transportation safety administration... wants to know whether the brakes for nearly 300-thousand ford ?f-150 pickup trucks? can ?cut out? without warning. warning.right now, they're looking at the 20-15 and 20-16 models... with 5-point-3 liter engines.no injuries or accidents have been reported. regulators are already investigating the ford "edge" and "fusion" for ?other? problems. 3 first time since the great recession.20-16 sales are expected to fall short of 20-15... when the car industry set a record for sales. analysts though are calling it a ?plateau.?the average price of a car is also more expensive than ever... selling for an average of more than 34-thousand dollars according to kelley blue book. 3 reports that k-mart might ?finally fold?... are ?false.? that's according to the c-e-o of sears.the two companies merged in 2004... and both have ?struggled to stay
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sears' stock has fallen ?more than 45 percent this year.?the c-e-o did admit some k-mart stores will ?close?--- but promises the brand will ?stick it out.? 3 nike is raffling off these sweet sneaks.the company is offering up 89 pairs of these replica marty mcfly self-tying shoes -- from back to the future.proceeds will go to the michael j fox foundation... which raises money for parkinson's research.tickets are ten dollars each.the the winners will be announced a week later. 3 3 in your "tech news"-- facebook has launced its brand new ?mark? ?marketplace.?it's similar to what you'll find on craigslist or ebay.according to company officials -- more than 450 (m) million people already use facebook groups to ?buy and sell stuff.? they're just trying to make it easier now. 3 apple and samsung's dispute has reached the halls of the supreme court.apple is
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pay up on the one-billion dollars in damages it owes. back in 2012 -- an american jury found samsung infringed on six apple patents. 3 and google unveiled its new phones yesterday.the "pixel" and "pixel x-l" both run on a specialized version of google's android software... which is virtual reality compatible. pixel is the first phone with the new google assistant built in.it also has free, images and videos shot using the phone. 3 3 3 3
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chase in milwaukee county overnight... at the top of the show.this chase in north dakota-- a bit different--- a moose was involved.the moose was spotted at a ?mall? in bismarck.police tried to corrall the moose--- but it ran away.police say tranquilizing the animal was moose would get agitated and did not know how long the it would take for the tranquilizer to take affect. according to animal control officers the moose is still on the loose.no word on where the moose went next. 3 3 3 3 coming up at five...we look ahead to the kick off for the "strong baby sabbath." 3 plus...a stabbing in milwaukee leaves one man dead.what we
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good morning everyone. it's wednesday, october 5-th.i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kate chappell... here's what we're working on this morning... its international "walk to school day!"how one school in our area is joining in on the movem. movement.so let's see what the
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meteorologist justin thompson- gee has your forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: mix of sun and clouds. a few showers and an isolated storm from late morning into the afternoon. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may.

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